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jess jephcott  says:

My son the criminal

An interesting situation is developing in our lives at the moment - I would welcome comment about it. Last June, my 17-year-old son went to a local supermarket on his motorcycle to use the cash machine. Whilst in the car park he was hit by a car, knocked off and injured. It turned out that the driver of the car was a family friend. She got out,...

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Jun 12

Posts: 15

F0ulOli says:

The truth maybe?

Sounds to me like your son doesn't have insurance, or the bike was faulty in some way that he thought could get him into trouble. Its the only rational explanation for not doing things properly. Basically, you've reaped what you sowed! Hard way to learn the lessons of life though!

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Mar 08

Posts: 132

tman39a says:


Your son brought this on himself...refusing to disclose details is one thing but the instant he got a phone call he should have contacted a solicitor and notified his insurance company as the woman clearly had and failing to report it from his perspective can void his insurance. Pleading guilty...been watching too many TV shows...any admission of guilt goes on a permanent criminal database which now explains the new interest in him and always puts you in the naughty this case it would have been much easier to prove his innocence simply based on the vehicle damage and his bank withdrawl time vs her statement of events which would have indicated that she left the scene first. You should now consider a civil case against the woman for falsely reporting an accident and hence insurance fraud.

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Aug 09

Posts: 66

crawsue says:

You and your

son, a couple of halfwits. At least your son can claim to be the son of a twat. Wake up and smell the coffee, why would you plead guilty to something you didn't do? Especially when you are injured and have a damaged 'bike. Why wouldn't your son co-operate with the police? Why did he not make a claim. 'Cos it's a tissue of lies...that's why.....PRICK.

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Apr 11

Posts: 109

bikerpete51 says:

Sounds to me as though your boy is telling porkies. Either it didn't happen the way he said it did,  he's got no insurance or both. Or and it's a big or, he's incredibly naive.


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Aug 11

Posts: 55

BS - no way

 I don't believe a word of what I've just read - pull the other one.

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Sep 10

Posts: 120

daveire says:

17 and "goes to church" is that what he tell you.

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Sep 10

Posts: 74

@crawsue..regardless of the facts or

otherwise of this chaps post, I just felt the need to tell you what a gobby, little c*nt you are.

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Sep 10

Posts: 191

Phew !  what a rough ride the gang on here have given this lady . This is one site that cannot  bear bullshitters . If remotetly  true it"s a story on not what to do , never admit anything , get  some legal advice , ignore mum"s advice , search high & low for a  witness , be polite to the cops - show respect , they love it . Back -up from everybody involved  , damage report on the bike , and on yourself from Doc. with photo"s . Lots more, but every rider should  arm himself  with as much knowledge as he can , it stops problems later .

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Oct 11

Posts: 87


Unfortunately Jess, it seems that you have given birth to a Moron.

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Apr 09

Posts: 18

biker1473 says:

To all the comments claiming lack of insurance on the part of the kid - you're wrong. It's trivial for the police to check and they would have thrown the book at him given the chance. Which is what makes his refusal to give the details even more bizarre. Your options... If he appeared in Court on his own without a Solicitor then you might have chance of getting it overturned on appeal - or at least a retrial - on the grounds that he was a minor and not properly represented. But that sounds to me like a slim chance - Courts usually make sure the process is followed, even if the quality of the representation he gets is rubbish. It will, of course, cost you a fortune. Second option: do nothing. His criminal record is minor and will become 'spent' in a few years. Do cooperate with the Youth Offender panel. They have a job to do - the easier you make it for them, the easier they will make it for you.

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